The former Joanne Chesimard (now known as Assata Shakur), who murdered a NJ State Trooper 40 years ago, is now on the FBI’s Most Wanted Terrorist list, the first woman to make it.
Chesimard is believed to be one of dozens of American fugitives living in Cuba, many of them one-time members of U.S. militant groups.
attends government functions in Cuba and her standard of living is higher than most in the country, officials said.
Which makes the higher reward tempting,
Officials have also doubled the reward, to $2 million, for the capture of Chesimard. The state is adding its own $1 million on top of the million dollars already offered by the FBI for her capture and return.